summertimecrow, Frankly, I wish that I had known about the procedure that you outlined above. I would preferred it to the way I ended up "solving" my problem. I suspected there must be a way to re-program the system... I wish that this procedure had been in the manual, even if it is a bit complicated. I also wonder why (a) Sony customer service reps didn't advise me of this procedure, and (b) why they didn't do it when I sent them back my phones (instead of buying back my system). I too am curious where you got this informa ..
I did not "deceive" anybody. Nor would I have been able to extort anything. I simply used the system to my just advantage. I have no desire to rip anyone off.
Would you agree that if a person purchases a product (such as a telephone handset that's advertised to work with a specific base station), that if it doesn't work as advertised with that base station, then the maufacturer is responsible to make that new unit work as advertised? (The SPP-H273 handset was advertised to work with these models: SPP-2720, SPP-2730, SPP-2770, or SPP2780) If Sony could not make that handset unit work as advertised, they could have replaced it with a one that would work as advertised. If they chose to, it would have been ok with me for them re-program the ba ..
I liked my Sony Quadra Station SPP-H273 phones except for the one big problem of not being able to register a replacement handset. I suppose it's nice to think that Sony would go "above and beyond on this one" but I think they had no good choice but to buy back my components. Think about it. Although they no longer make or support phones, they are still obligated to honor warranties on newly purchased units. So by purchasing a brand new handset, which I knew in advance would not register with my base station, I knew the new warranty would leave Sony only these choices: (1) Repa ..
I had a Sony QuadraStation system with four handsets. One of the handsets broke and the entire system was no longer under warranty. After checking various sources on the Internet, and enduring Sony's lousy customer service, I learned that it would be impossible to get the base station to un-register the old broken handset and then register a replacement. Then this solution occured to me. I found a company on the Internet that had brand new SPP-H273 handsets in stock. I double-checked with them that the unit had a Sony warranty. Even though Sony no longer makes phones, I pur ..
All logos and information in this site are property of their respective owner. The
comments are property of their posters.
This website www.agoraquest.com, Claudio Meira and Agoraquest, LLC is not tided in any form to the Sony Corporation
(www.sony.com). This unoffical website is just place where Sony products are reviewed among the general public. Sony is a registered
of Sony, Inc. "PlayStation", "PlayStation2", the PlayStation "PS" logo, and all associated logos/graphics.
"Agoraquest, LLC" and "agoraquest.com" are associated exclusively with agoraquest.com, and are NOT associated in ANY way with Sony
please click here. If you have any further questions, please contact using our online form.